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The obituary notice of Franklin RILEY

Huddersfield, Published in: Huddersfield Examiner.

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FranklinRILEYPassed away peacefully in Doncaster Royal Infirmary after illness on June 12th. Formerly known from Midway Cafe, Fartown and All Saints Comprehensive School. Aged 52 Years. Son of the late Daphne (Ruby) Fiddler. Beloved Husband of Sophia and much loved Dad to Gabriel and Savannah. 'Dearly Loved, He will be Sadly Missed'. There will be a private Funeral with Close Family. Enquiries to: Hickling's Funeral Service, 4-12. Church Lane, Adwick-le-Street, Doncaster. DN6 7AQ Tel: 01302 723229
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Michelle Anderson-Dore:It was with great sadness that I learnt that Franklin had passed awa...08/07/2020
Carole :Franklin was a manager, colleague and friend. I have...08/07/2020
Lisa Thornton :I had the pleasure of working with Franklin for over 15 year...08/07/2020
Jane Pattison:Franklin was the most kind, considerate and gentle man you ...04/07/2020
Richard Taylor:It was a pleasure to work with Franklin who was courteous an...02/07/2020
Clare Wiggins:Franklin was a kind, calm and intelligent man who always se...02/07/2020
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Robin Coghlan:Franklin was one of the best people I've worked with. ...30/06/2020
Shanaz mason:Franklin epitomised the term gentleman, kind, thoughtful a...30/06/2020
Martin Dean:Franklin was a real gentleman in every sense. Thoughtful ...30/06/2020
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It was with great sadness that I learnt that Franklin had passed away last month. I have worked with Franklin in various roles since 1996 and always found him to be one of most gentle, kind, considerate and professional individuals I have ever had the pleasure to work with. My thoughts and best wishes are with his family and close friend at this time. Rest in Peace Franklin 🙏
Michelle Anderson-Dore:
08/07/2020
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Franklin was a manager, colleague and friend. I have known him for over 25 years and had the upmost respect for him. He had a great intelligence and always had the answer for any situation. He will be missed by a lot of people. R.I.P Franklin!
Carole :
08/07/2020
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I had the pleasure of working with Franklin for over 15 years. He was always a true gentlemen with always a kind word to say. He will be missed greatly not only by myself personally but across all of the authority and wider into the communities and organisations he supported throughout the years. My thoughts and love are with family and friends x
Lisa Thornton :
08/07/2020
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Franklin was the most kind, considerate and gentle man you could possibly meet with a great knowledge and insight of Leeds and its communities and he always wanted to do the best for the city and its residents. He will be missed greatly by myself, many colleagues across the Council and beyond.
Jane Pattison:
04/07/2020
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It was a pleasure to work with Franklin who was courteous and good-natured at all times.
Richard Taylor:
02/07/2020
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Franklin was a kind, calm and intelligent man who always seemed to know just what to do to make the right things happen to support communities across Leeds, particularly those most in need. I trusted his judgement 100% and was so looking forward to working with him in the Regeneration Team. He will be really missed by me and so many other across the Council and city.
Clare Wiggins:
02/07/2020
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02/07/2020
Franklin was one of the best people I've worked with. He was very caring, conscientious and socially aware wanting to do his best to improve Leeds. He took me under his wing when I arrived in Leeds from London. I'll always appreciate that and the friendship we enjoyed. RIP Franklin
Robin Coghlan:
30/06/2020
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Franklin epitomised the term gentleman, kind, thoughtful and patient. You will be missed
Shanaz mason:
30/06/2020
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Franklin was a real gentleman in every sense. Thoughtful and kind, always wanting to make the difference to others. He will be very much missed. Rest in Peace
Martin Dean:
30/06/2020
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